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Falty Component Jacks, displays only pink.

I hook up all three jacks to their respective jacks on both my HDTV and on my CH-DVD 300 player and the screen is pink... I don't know where I can get service. :-(

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Is this a new player for you, some dvd will not wotk on HDTV and some you have to set up so they will if you have had this a while check to make sure its still set up to play to a HDTV, if new check to make sure that it is set up for HDTV, and lastly you migtht make it work through an RF MODULATOR. if this dont apply please provide me with more specifics. are you sure the dvd works have you connected it to another TV. thank you james klgr. lets solve your problem

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When I use the Y/Pb/Pr the picture is all pink when I use the S-viedo jack it's fine . I have check the Y/Pb/Pr cables and the are good???

clean the contacts terminal with contacts cleaner, can be dirty, oxide, or corrosion. and try again.
Otherwise internal the wires can be faulty, or loose or desolder. Open the DVD and check it.
God bless you

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Check the sound settings on your tv. go into the menu and scroll to sound. this is especially important if you are using an hdmi cable. but even with rca jacks my hdtv needed to be set up in the menu. also make sure your cables are properly plugged in ie audio -in-, audio-out

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If you are using component cables to connect the DVD to the tv make sure you have the red,blue and green colors on your cables matching these colored jacks on the tv and DVD jacks. If one of these cables is plugged in wrong or not plugged in it could cause this. Good Luck

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